Hitler’s view on the media

from Kev Moore

Our Daily Bread the Media – From ‘Mein Kampf’ by Adolph Hitler

“……….If we consider the attitude of various Governments towards a whole series of really pernicious phenomena in public life, we shall at once recognise the fearful significance of this policy of half-measures and the lack of courage to take responsibilities. I shall single out only a few from the large numbers of instances known to me.

In journalistic circles it is a pleasing custom to speak of the Press as a ‘Great Power’ within the State. As a matter of fact its importance is immense. One cannot easily overestimate it, for the Press continues the work of education even in adult life. Generally, readers of the press can be classified into three groups:

First, those who believe everything they read;

Second, those who no longer believe anything;

Third, those who critically examine what they read and form from their judgements accordingly.

Numerically, the first group is by far the strongest, being composed of the broad masses of the people………………….

………………………………………………The third group is easily the smallest, being composed of real intellectuals whom natural aptitude and education have taught to think for themselves and who in all things try to form their own judgements, while at the same time carefully sifting what they read. They will not read any newspaper without using their own intelligence to collaborate with that of the writer and naturally this does not set the writer an easy task. journalists appreciate this type of reader only with a certain amount of reservation.

Hence the trash that newspapers are capable of serving up is of little danger —— much less of importance——-to the third group of readers. In the majority of cases these readers have learnt to regard every journalist as fundamentally a rogue who sometimes speaks the truth. Most unfortunately the value of these readers lies in their intelligence and not in their numerical strength, an unhappy state of affairs in a period where wisdom counts for nothing and majorities for everything. Nowadays when the voting papers of the masses are the deciding factor; the decision lies in the hands of the numerically strongest group; that is to say the first group, the crowd of simpletons and the credulous…………………………

………………………………Particular attention should be paid to the Press; for its influence on these people is by far the strongest and most penetrating of all; since its affect is not transitory but continual. Its immense significance lies in the uniform and persistent repetition of its teaching. Here if anywhere, the State should never forget that all means should converge to the same end. It must not be led astray by the will-o’-the-wisp of so called ‘freedom of the Press’, or is talked into neglecting its duty, and withholding from the nation that which is good and does good. With ruthless determination the State must keep control of this instrument of popular education and place it at the service of the State and the nation………………………….

………………………..Was it not the German Press that understood how to make all the nonsensical talk about ‘Western democracy’ palatable to our people, until an exuberant public was eventually prepared to entrust its future to the League of Nations? Was not this Press instrumental in bringing a state of moral degredation among our people? Were not morals and public decency made to look ridiculous and classed out of date and banal,until finally our people also became modernised?……………………………..

…………………………………The function of the so called liberal Press was to dig the grave for the German people and Reich. No mention need be made of the lying Marxist Press. To them the spreading of falsehood is as much a vital necessity as the mouse is to a cat. Their task is to break the national backbone of the people, thus preparing the nation to become the slaves of international finance and its masters, the Jews……………………

…………………………………….And what measures did the State take to counteract this wholesale poisoning of the public mind? None, absolutely nothing at all. By this policy it was hoped to win the favour of this pest—–by means of flattery, by a recognition of the ‘value’ of the Press, its importance, its ‘educative mission’ and similar nonsense. The Jews acknowledged all this with a knowing smile and returned thanks.”

From page 132, “……….Of course it would be out of the question to enter into an argument with these liars who deny at one moment what they said the moment before. I should waste no further words on them were it not for the fact that there are many thoughtless people who repeat all this in parrot fashion, without necessarily being inspired by any evil motives. But the observations I am making here are also meant for our fighting followers, seeing that nowadays ones spoken words are often forgotten and twisted in their meaning..”

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Posted on May 13, 2022, in General, MSM and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Hitler it seems spent a bit of time sharing his cell with Rudolf Hess in Landsberg prison. And Hess was apparently no intellectual or genealogical lightweight, apart from being Hitler’s bosom buddy. It’s unlikely someone of Hess’ background would have given an uneducated lowly corporal the time of day or formed an intellectual bond and ideology with him. So it’s reasonable to seek a more realistic understanding of who Hitler was.

    Unfortunately most of the truth has been buried, scrubbed out and replaced by what we are told to believe in misdirection. The official hysterical narratives are not worth the paper they’re written on.

    That unfortunately gives us just faint flickers of truth and a massive wagon train of speculation from which to get a few sensible clues.. And that is a pity as the 1920-40s period was a seismic shift in the human experience.

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  2. Step O'Rafferty

    In response to H (7:12 am post):
    That explains the eloquence of his writing in Mein Kampf.
    His intolerance of people he regarded as inferior and his subsequent abuse of power eventually put him in the same moral and intellectual category as those he criticized.


  3. To H.-

    “I went to the Parliament whenever I had any time to spare and watched the spectacle silently but attentively. I listened to the debates, as far as they could be understood, and I studied the more or less intelligent features of those ‘elect’ representatives of the various nationalities which composed that motley State. Gradually I formed my own ideas about what I saw.

    “A year of such quiet observation was sufficient to transform or completely destroy my former convictions as to the character of this parliamentary institution.


    “Democracy, as practised in Western Europe today, is the forerunner of Marxism. In fact, the latter would not be conceivable without the former. Democracy is the breeding ground in which the bacilli of the Marxist world pest can grow and spread.

    “The parliament passes some acts or decree which may have the most devastating consequences, yet nobody bears the responsibility for it.

    “This institution is primarily responsible for the crowded inrush of mediocre people into the field of politics. […] Thus the situation will appeal to small minds and will attract them accordingly.”

    … from Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler


  4. Probably the most insightful book on Hitler ever written was by his teenage friend, August Kubizek, ‘The Young Hitler I Knew (1955).

    Whilst other teenagers were drinking and partying, Adolf was immersing himself in huge tomes of literature, reading virtually ever book in the library, and whilst Kubizek was at university, Adolf was secretly going to the Viennese Parliament every day!, – what kind of spotty teenager does that?

    Click to access The%20Young%20Hitler%20I%20Knew%20JR.pdf

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  5. To control the masses on only needs to control the normal, then any opposition becomes abnormal.
    Better look out for that 100th monkey though.

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  6. “I think that is the first excerpt from Mein Kampf I have read.”

    lol I’m not surprised, It was bustled off the best seller list. Judging by the excerpt the media publishers obviously had a major motive.


  7. Quite an insightful and penetrating perspective for an “unknown, poorly educated, insane lowly Austro-Hungarian infantry corporal who struggled with his sexuality, only had one testicle and numerous health issues but nevertheless managed to rehabilitate Germany from mass starvation and destruction to the most advanced European country and the greatest military machine the world had ever seen at the time.”

    All in under 20 years! You think he had some help maybe?

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  8. Exactly Step: that’s why I said ‘ one of its arms of propaganda.’

    The worst in my opinion is the Idiot Box, – they don’t call them TV – ‘programs’ for nothing.

    TV is a continuation of Operation Mocking Bird, which is why the ‘programmed’ all speak the same News-speak. Mocking Bird was a perfect name.

    We need to get TV viewers down to 10%.

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  9. Step O'Rafferty

    Thanks Kev Moore and Editor. That is a timeless piece of writing, it would apply to any time since the media began. I think that is the first excerpt from Mein Kampf I have read.


  10. Step O'Rafferty

    In response to H:
    It may be 10% who read the propaganda in print form however there would be a high proportion of people who absorb it through the television and radio ‘news’. An even worse situation is that many people trust the ABC and SBS to be telling the truth.


  11. Late one evening, I was chatting to a mate who works in a busy convenience store, he was packing the unsold newspapers away to send back: shops do this every night.

    I commented that he hadn’t sold many that day [about 10% max], he said it’s been like this for years now.

    Other shops are the same; in sum, people aren’t reading them. In the U.K., The Guardian is the only news paper still making a little bit of money, but in a few years, this will also be loss making as the 68’rs die off.

    I heard, that even though the papers are long standing loss making companies [effectively bankrupt], the Government supplements them as they constitute one of its arms of propaganda.

    Judging from this, I would expect that only around 10% of the population reads this rubbish.

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  12. http://www.renegadetribune.com/protocols-of-zion-protocol-xii-control-of-the-press/


    Protocol No. 12 – Control of the Press


  13. Just to confuse those of us who figured that the media has educated us well… who said this about equal opportunity?

    “Every person has the right to reach at least the first rung of the socio-economic ladder of life”.

    Of course, you guessed the author immediately: Adolf Hitler.


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